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October 12, 1962 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-12

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Women s

Workmen's Circle Groups Plan Teen Pa
Luncheon Talk, Film Discussion, Hayric!

The Workmen's Circle Teen
Club will meet 7:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the Workmen's Circle
Center, 18340 W. Seven Mile,
announced Eric Aronson, the
new youth director of the
Circle.
A membership party will be
held on Oct. 19. The group is
open to boys and girls, 15-17.
For information, call KE
7-5440.
The Workmen's Circle Wom-
en's Division will hold a
dessert luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Monday at the Circle. Featured
will be a talk, illustrated by
slides, by Mrs. Ezra Lipkin, on
her recent trip to Israel.
Workmen's Circle Branch

1060 will show and di,
films "Operation A
and "Operation Co
9 p.m. Saturday at thQ
The public is invited.
Workmen's Circle Br
will hold a hayride
hetti dinner 5 p.m. -
Upland Hills Farm it
For reservations am
directions, call Ann
LI 6-3514.

CONG. AHAV A S ACHIM Wyoming, announced President meet Wednesday, 8:30 p.m., at
SISTERHOOD will meet 8:30 Mrs. M. Duchan. Rabbi S. Prero the home of Mrs. Earl Bennett,
p.m. Monday at the synagogue, will speak on "Beauty in Jewish 24026 Geneva, Oak Park. Mrs.
announces President Mrs. Meyer Life." Mollie White, Rose Blitz Martin Barr and Mrs. Bertram
Levy.. Friends are invited. Rab- and Jean Weiss will serve as Weil, of the League of Women
Voters will speak on "What
bi Milton Arm will moderate a hostesses.
,:
4:
4:
Does Con Con Mean to You."
panel discussion on "For the
BRANDEIS CFLAPTER, Pio- Refreshments will be served.
Sin We Have Committed." Par-
ticipating will be Ben Chinitz, neer Women, will hold a mem-
principal of Cooley High bership cocktail party 8:30 p.m. Princess Rudivoravan
School; Dr. Maurice Floch, Monday at the home of Mrs.
HIGH FASH
psychologist and staff member Herman Fried, 18019 Indiana. Will Address Temple
STYLING
of the Detroit House of Correc- Mrs. Milton Weiss will discuss Beth El Sisterhood
her
recent
trip
to
Israel.
BUDGET
PR
tion; and Sol Lefton, 1st vice-
Temple Beth El Sisterhood
*
*
a t
president of Cong. Ahavas
will feature Princess Rudivora-
Achim.
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT van of Siam at a special meet-
* * *
CLUB will hold a brunch and
in observance of United
PURITY CHAPTER, Order meeting 11 a.m. Monday at the ing
Nations
12:30 p.m. Mon-
of the Eastern Star, will hold S h o 1 e in Aleichem Institute. day at Month

• •
the
10615 W. 7 Mile Rd.
an open installation 7:30 p.m. Friends are invited. The pro- Temple. Des-
U
ors
t
es
y
h
8va:
at Pinehurst
Monday at Eureka Temple, 111 gram will include Belle Maslowe sert luncheon


UN 4-3004 - UN 4-1411
W. Seven Mile. To be installed and make-up artists who will will be served.
•• EXPERTLY FITTED •• Open Evenings—No Appointment
Necessary. Free Parking on
are Honey Magid, worthy ma- illustrate their presentation

W. 7 MILE RD. •
The
Prin-
Royal Theater Lot
• O BR 15850
tron; Rose Gurwin, associate with a Hollywood-produced film cess is the
3-2509 or VE 7-9783 0
"Look For The Green

Open Thurs. to 9 p.m.

matron; Mary Feldman, con- under the supervision of the granddaughter
Canopy"
Free Parking in Rear


ductress; Charlotte Burns, as- Society of Make-Up Artists. The of King Mong-
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sociate conductress; Anne M. annual donor luncheon is sched- kut, made fa-
Weiner, secretary; and Mary uled for Nov. 27 at the Town mous in the
Berman, treasurer. A reception and Country Club. For reserva-
stage
will follow.
tions, call Mrs. M. Neiman, UN and movie Princess
* * *
3-7486.
versions of "The King and I"
* * *
CONG. BETH JOSEPH 'SIS-
and "Anna and the King of
TERHOOD will hold a luncheon
ACCOUNTANT'S GUILD Siam." The 22nd child of a
and social meeting noon Oct. W 0 M E N' S AUXILIARY will prince, she was separated from
23 at the synagogue. Friends meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the her commoner mother and
0
are invited.
home of Mrs. Ralph Heller, 8931 raised in the City of Forbidden
* * *
Oak Park Blvd., announces Presi- Women in the Grand Palace
DIAMONDS
JEWISH WOMEN'S WEL- dent Mrs. Hy Sherman. Mrs. H. in Bangkok.
FARE ORGANIZATION will Sosin, program chairman, an-
She married a prince, but
hold a board meeting noon nounces that Selma Dublin will after having been exposed to
Preview Our
Monday at the home of Mrs. present a book on "The Slave." English schooling she broke
Extensive
Collection of
Betty Schlussel, 18432 Burt.
* * *
away, divorced her prince,
Fine,
Unique
Plans will be completed for the
HOME RELIEF SOCIETY will married a commoner and came
home-cooked luncheon sched- hold a board meeting 12:30 p.m. to the United States. She is the
Wide Diamond Wedding Rings
uled for Nov. 19. In charge are today at the home of Mrs. Baer author of "The Treasured one."
Mrs. Sadie Bolakofsky and Mrs. Keidan, 18915 Fairfield. A des-
Her brother is Prince Wan
Ida Tuben.
15738 L1VERNOIS
DI 1-5515
sert
luncheon
will
be
served.
A
of
the United Nations. For
*
luncheon will be held Nov. 13 at reservations, call TR 5-8530.
Open Thursdays to 9 P.M.
TEMPLE EMANUEL SIS- Town and Country Club.
* * *
TERHOOD will hold a meeting
Want ads get quick results!
based on the "Festival of the
ROSENWALD LADIES AUX-
Month" 12:30 p.m. Monday at ILIARY will meet 8:30 p.m.
the Temple, 14450 W. Ten Mile, Wednesday at Beth Yehudah,
Oak Park. Theme of the event 17556 Wyoming.
is "What's Cooking in Sister-
* * *
hood?" Featured will be in-
DAVID
HORODOKER
YOUNG
struction on table-settings and WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION
demonstrations of food pre- meet Tuesday at the home will
of
parations associated with the Mrs. S. Gottlieb, 24290 W. Seven
holidays of Sukkot and Simchas
Torah. Guest speaker will be Mile.
*
*
Herbert M. Hauptman of Chi-
BETH
ABRAHAM
SISTER-
cago, Ill., who is a member of HOOD will meet 12:30
the board of directors of the Wednesday in the Nusbaum p.m.
Hall
National Federation of Temple of the synagogue for a member-
Sisterhoods. Her topic will be ship luncheon, Mrs. Raymond
"Sisterhood Members—Active,
Passive, Unique, Common." The Dunn, membership chairman, will
luncheon will honor all paid-up be assisted by Mesdames Irving
Adler, Sherman Fisher, Sidney
and new members.
Golden, Harry Eichenhorn, Tillie
• * *
Neuman, Samuel Cash, President
TOWN AND COUNTRY Hyman Crystal and Vice-Presi-
CHAPTER, Ort, will present dent Meyer Lullove.
a fashion show Oct. 23 at Cong.
* * *
Bnai Moshe, announces chair-
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
man, Mrs. Jerome Friedman Women, will meet 12:30 p.m.
and Mesdames Edwin Goodman Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
and Melvin Volin, co-chairmen. A. Mason, 19341 Ilene. Florence
* * *
Primak will speak on leadership
GREAT LAKES CHAPTER training. Guests are welcome.
* * •
ORGANIZATION, Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations,
C H A N A CZENECH CHAP-
will meet 10 a.m. Oct. 24 at TER, Pioneer Women, will meet
the home of Mrs. Oscar Bank, 12:30 p.m. Monday at the Hayim
18300 Santa Barbara for a con- Greenberg Center. Fanny Fish-
tinental breakfast.
er will speak on "The Purpose
* *
and Work of Pioneer Women."
PROD (formerly SA'AD) will Hostesses will be Jessie Bright
present a fall fashion show and Ruth Bright. Guests are wel-
Stoles
from $695
Oct. 23 at the McGregor Memo- come.
* * *
rial Conference Center, Wayne
MEDICAL AID GUILD will
State University, announces
Mrs. Joe Mendelson and Mrs. hold an open meeting noon
Hilda Wister, co-chairmen. Pro- Monday at the Calvin Presby-
See them reflected here in stoles, jackets, capes, coats
ceeds will go to the WSU terian Church, 14221 South-
. with every "look" you love. Some are easy-breezy
College of Medicine for research field. Dessert luncheon will be
served.
The
program
will
be
with
sportin' life lines. Some have a small-scale, jewel-
in Parkinson's disease. For
ticket information, call Mrs. presented by the Detroit Asso-
box chic. Others offer full-dress spectacular fashion.
ciation for Retarded Children.
Coats
Ben Friedman, KE 3-3582.
* * *
If mink's on your mind, our salon is the place to find
trent, $1,995
* * *
BETH AARON SISTER-
the perfect fur at the perfect price.
JUNIOR PRIMROSE CLUB HOOD will meet 12:30 p.m.
will meet Monday at the home Monday at the synagogue for
furs by
of Mrs. Ether Sherman, 24281 a 19th birthday celebration.
Berkley, Oak Park. Mrs. Mattie Mrs. Abraham Halem, program
Fredericks will speak on an- chairman, will • present a skit
tique jewelry. Friends. are in- entitled . "Those Wonderful
vited. Refreshments will 'be Years." Mrs. Michael Wainer
UN 2-8822
19336 LIVERNOIS at Outer Drive
served.
and her committee have
*
planned refreshments for the
Open Thurs. 'til 9
NORTHWEST Y 0 U NG IS- occasion.
*
*
*
Furs
labeled
to
show country of origin of imported fury.
RAEL SISTERHOOD will hold
OAKLAND HILLS CHAPTER
an Oneg Shabbat 2:30 p.m. Sat-
urday at the synagogue, 17376 of Women's American Ort will

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